Adam Hinshelwood says Worthing’s confidence has been restored as they bid for a Bostik League Premier Division play-off place this season, the West Sussex Gazette report.

Worthing won by a record margin in an Isthmian League match – beating Harlow Town 9-1 on Saturday – to move to within a point and a place of the top five.

The hammering of Harlow made it four league matches without defeat as they look to get their play-off bid back on track. It’s so tight at the top of the division with just ten points separating third-place Tonbridge Angels and Kingstonian down in 13th. With 12 games to go, Worthing are firmly in the promotion shake-up and could well get into the play-offs come the end of the campaign. And boss Hinshelwood believes they will now have huge confidence for the final run-in.

He said: “I think we’re only going to go from strength to strength. “We’ve got to build on this (the win over Harlow) and everyone should be confident again. “We’ve got to believe in each other and what we do because that has been questioned in recent weeks. “The likes of David (Ajiboye), Danny (Barker), Joel (Colbran) and even Alfie (Young) are not too far away. We’ll get some training sessions into them and see where they are.”

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